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Wednesday’s tennis acca returns more than £108 from a £5 stake

Today’s six-fold could be an ace

The World Cup qualifiers are over and the Coral News Team have now turned their attention to tennis.

Today’s acca takes in the Shanghai Rolex Masters and the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open, which feature some of the best men’s and women’s players respectively.

The Coral experts have looked over the schedule and made six selections from today’s action.

A £5 bet could return £108.05 if all six selections come in. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Stefanos Tsitsipas to beat John Isner (10:00am)

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the 7/4 underdog here but there could be real value in backing the young Greek.

Tsitsipas cruised into the last 32 with a straight sets win over Karen Khachanov. It was much harder for Isner. He lost the first set against Dusan Lajovic and needed a tie-break in the second and third to triumph. He may struggle to match the 19-year-old’s energy as a result.

Venus Williams to beat Naomi Osaka (10:00am)

Venus Williams only needed 74 minutes to swat Risa Ozaki aside 6-2, 6-2 on Tuesday. It could be an ominous sign for Naomi Osaka.

Williams is still a superb player at 37-years-old and the world no. 5 is odds-on at 2/5.

Rafael Nadal to beat Jared Donaldson (11:00am)

Jared Donaldson has just turned 21 and he looks set to have a bright future. But in the present, he’s likely to struggle against Rafael Nadal like so many before him.

It’ll be the first time Donaldson meets the world no. 1 in his career. Nadal is 1/12 to win.

Victor Troicki to beat Dominic Thiem (12:00pm)

At midday, the Coral experts see Victor Troicki as another good value pick at 12/5.

The Serbian has won both of his previous matches against fifth-seed Dominic Thiem.

Agnieszka Radwanska to beat Samantha Stosur (12:00pm)

Agnieszka Radwanska comes into this match with Samantha Stosur in good form, having won five of her last seven. Stosur has struggled and only has two wins in her last seven.

Radwanska is 1/3 and the fourth-seed should progress through to the next round.

Roger Federer to beat Diego Schwartzman (1:00pm)

Roger Federer will level Ivan Lendl’s haul of 94 ATP titles if he goes all the way in the Shanghai Masters.

His first opponent is Diego Schwartzman. Federer has only dropped one set to the Argentine in their three previous meetings and shouldn’t have any problems at 1/7.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing